Super League fixtures (4:30)
Bright Stars v Express (Nakivubo)
Proline v KCCA (Lugogo)
Masaka v Soana (Masaka)
BUL v Kiira young (Kakindu)
Entebbe v Police (Wankulukuku)
URA v CRO (Lugazi)
Vipers v SC Villa (Buikwe
Simba v SCVU (Bombo)
Ahead of their game with SC Villla,Vipers SC assistant coach Richard Wasswa says it’s a must win game for them.
Vipers host Villa at the Buikwe Stadium from 1600hours today and Wasswa says they must win.
“I hope for the best.”
“If you look at our position, we need the points to be sure of breaking into the top three,” he added.
Cranes star striker Emmanuel Okwi, who has netted two goals in the two games he has featured in for his new side, will hope to continue to propel SC Villa when they face in-form 2010 champions.
Vipers are 5th in the standings with 18 points while rejuvenated SC Villa lay slightly in 7th place.
Elsewhere, fourteen other FUFA Super League clubs also faceoff at different venues around the country with SC Victoria University who enjoy a two point lead over KCCA, Vipers and Soana travelling to Bombo to face Simba in the other big fixture of the day.
Attacking midfielder Manko Kaweesa said they want to avoid a repeat of last season’s trip to Bombo, where a late goal saw the army side snatch all three points in a 1-0 win.
SCVU has won four of seven away games this season, drawing only three and still unbeaten on the trot, with three more away games to play this month.
In the other games on the card, KCCA FC will battle Proline FC, while struggling Express FC take on Bright Stars. Frank Anyau, the Express coach, told reporters after holding the defending champions KCCA FC to a draw last week, they should get back to winning ways today.
Coach Paul Nkata’s URA FC will also hope their top striker Feni Ali is in good form to lead the side against bottom-placed CRO at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.
Top scorer Francis Olaki will miss Soana FC’s visit to Masaka LC FC, while Bidco will also host Kiira Young as Entebbe FC battle Police.